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CNN NEWSROOM
• White House Releases Speechwriter Accused of Domestic Abuse; President Trump Comments on Departure of Rob Porter; President Trump Does Not Elect to Release Democratic Memo on FBI Investigation; North Korea Leader Invites South Korea President to Meet in Pyongyang; Vulnerability of U.S. Elections to Hacking Examined; Toronto Police Discover Bodies Possibly Linked to Serial Killer; African-American Hockey Player Breaks Color Barrier on U.S. Men's Hockey Team. Aired 10-11a ET
• White House Releases Speechwriter Accused of Domestic Abuse; President Trump Comments on Departure of Rob Porter; Tennessee Sheriff Caught on Tape Telling Deputies to Shoot Suspect in Car Chase. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Another Man Close To The President Quitting His Job Under The Weight Of Domestic Abuse Claims, President Said No To Letting The Public See A Congressional Memo That Democrats Say Answers A Republican Memo, American Spies Paid A Russian Man $100,000 After He Claimed To Have Hacking Tools Stolen From The NSA, North And South Korea United Under One Flag At The Olympic Opening Ceremony, Escalation Of Hostilities Over Israel's Border, Two Ohio Police Officers Were Ambushed And Killed Today After Responding To An Odd 911 Call. Aired 5-6p ET
• Trump Defends White House Officials Accused of Domestic Abuse; Trump Refuses to Release Democratic Memo; Kim Regime Offers South Korean President Invitation, Attacks Pence in Media; Trump Increasingly Frustrated with Hicks Amid Abuse Scandals; White House Officials Face New Legal Questions Amid Abuse Allegations. Aired 1-2p ET
• Trump Defends White House Officials Accused of Domestic Abuse; Kim Regime Offers South Korean President Invitation During Olympics; Trump Refuses to Release Democratic Memo; Second Episode of "VAN JONES SHOW" Tonight; Third-Ranking DOJ Official Rachel Brand Resigns; NYT: U.S. Spies Paid Russian for Cyberweapons, Trump Information. Aired 3- 4p ET
• Another Man Close To The President Quitting His Job Under The Weight Of Domestic Abuse Claims; President Said No To Letting The Public See A Congressional Memo That Democrats Say Answers A Republican Memo; American Spies Paid A Russian Man $100,000 After He Claimed To Have Hacking Tools Stolen From The NSA; North And South Korea United Under One Flag At The Olympic Opening Ceremony; Two Ohio Police Officers Were Ambushed And Killed Today After Responding To An Odd 911 Call; Defense Secretary James Mattis Says The Pentagon Is Preparing Options For A Possible Military Parade. Aired 8-9p ET
• Trump Speaks Out on Abuse Claims; Interview with Charlie Dent; Congress Passes Budget Deal; North Korea Accuses Pence of "Nasty and Shameful Behavior"; Discovering the Outdoors with Adventure Tourism. Aired 11-12p ET
• White House Sends Back Democratic Memo to Intel Committee; Israeli Jet Crashes After Striking Iranian Targets in Syria; Actor Reg E Cathey Dies At 59. Aired 12-1p ET
• Woodward & Bernstein Compare Trump to Nixon Before Saturday Night Massacre; Trump Refuses to Release Democratic Memo; Israel: Jet Downed After Striking Iranian Targets in Syria. Aired 5-6p ET
• Kim Jong-un Invites South Korean President to North Korea; Israeli Fighter Jet Crashes amid Syrian Anti-Aircraft Fire; Trump Blocks Release of Democratic Memo; Number Three at U.S. Justice Department Stepping Down; U.S. Special Ops Forces Fight Ever-Changing War in Syria; PyeongChang Olympics 2018. Aired 5-6a ET
• Kim Jong-un Invites South Korean President to North Korea; Israeli Fighter Jet Crashes amid Syrian Anti-Aircraft Fire; Trump Blocks Release of Democratic Memo; Number Three at U.S. Justice Department Stepping Down; U.S. Special Ops Forces Fight Ever-Changing War in Syria; PyeongChang Olympics 2018; Aired 4-5a ET
• Winter Olympics Open with Pomp and Politics; U.S. President Blocks Release of Democratic Memo, Defends Aide Accused of Domestic Abuse; Dow Caps Turbulent Week. Aired 12mn-12:30a ET
• Kim Jong-un Invites South Korean President to Pyongyang; Israeli Fighter Jet Crashes amid Syrian Anti-Aircraft Fire; U.S. President Praises Aide Accused of Domestic Abuse; Mexico Captures Drug Cartel Leader; Exploring South Korea's Winter Olympics Sites. Aired 3- 3:30a ET


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